“Phone Booth Book Share” by John Locke (2010)



Since now mobile phones are ubiquitous and smart phones more and more common, the old fashion phone booth is made redundant. Now that phone booths sit in may places unused, architect John Locke see it as a public place that can be better used. The book phone booth book share capitalizes on obsolete phone booths and allows anyone to place a book or take a book. The project is part of a series of projects studying what is possible with obsolete street technologies.

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